Go for Amsterdam gold: an Amsterdam hop-on hop-off Boat Pass, plus entry to the Heineken Experience. Cruise Amsterdam’s scenic waterways and hop on and off at any of the stops located near the city’s top attractions, including the Anne Frank House and the Rijksmuseum. During the Heineken Experience, discover the tradition behind one of the world's most famous breweries at a site that is part beer museum and part amusement park.
Combine a hop-on hop-off Boat Pass and Heineken Experience admission
Learn the fascinating history of the Heineken brewing company
Hop-on or off the Boat as often as you like at any of the centrally located stops
Receive discounts at museums, attractions and restaurants
Why Travelers Choose This Tour
Besides getting to go behind the scenes at one of the world's most famous breweries, you get unlimited access to the city's canal sightseeing boats for up to two days.
Getting around Amsterdam is a breeze with the hop-on hop-off Boat Day Pass. The boats operate along Amsterdam's canals, following tour routes: the Blue Line and the Orange Line. While on board, hear fascinating commentary on the city and sights you see along the way, including the Rijksmuseum, the Anne Frank House and the Albert Cuyp Market. Choose between a 24- or 48-hour pass, and get on and off as often as you like. Your pass also includes the Heineken Experience, an interactive behind-the-scenes look at the city’s famous brewery, where you’ll be able to brew your own beer. Enjoy two drinks included in your tour.
We did not use the canal hop on and off as much as we thought and the boats stop running early (I did not read the details) Still a nice option for getting around and it included the Heineken Experience in the price so it was still worth it. We had so much fun at the Heineken Experience. We learned a lot and it was just relaxing and at our own pace. Sampling the beer and hanging in the bar area at the end was a great way to start our afternoon. Our teenage girls even had fun.
Hop on and off boat was good way to get around.
Heineken Experience was interesting . After going through the various stages and floors you could go to the bar at the top of the building and have a couple of drinks. Shop of course on the way out. Couple of interactive games/events to upload to your email was fun.
Missed seeing the Clydesdale horses which are used to transport beer kegs as they were on holiday.
Interesting but in the same format as the Guinness Factory in Dublin
We thought this was a pretty cool tour for the money. They end up giving you about 3 beers included in your entrance price. The hop-on hop off boat was a little confusing. At first as we were not sure where to pick it up and since there are so many companies doing the same thing you have to make sure you are in the right spot to get the correct boat.
The canal cruise itself was amazing. The company running the boat not so much. We waited 45 plus minutes for a boat while other company boats arrived every 10-15 minutes. The Captain (a man of color) was fabulous. He was informative, funny and made the cruise enjoyable. I did not get his name.
All of the boats have a pre recorded list of things that you pass on your tour. Some of the boat drivers added their own commentary and details but not all of them.
The boat drivers were all very helpful and courteous. Well worth doing.
The Heineken experience was excellent but beware it takes at least two hours to go through the whole thing. We totally loved it. The hop on hop off was very good. It was easy to use and the signage to find the places to hop on and off was excellent. The boat ride was very informative and told you all about the city and that's highlights. The captains were great and one was hilarious. I would definitely recommend this tour.
The hop on Hop off Boat was perfect for us to get around to the different sights. We had a short time in Amsterdam and had to see and do a lot and this made it convenient to get from one sight to another. It was nice going by boat and seeing the city in a different perspective instead of riding a bus. They explained and pointed out what we were seeing as we passed them. The only thing that was DISAPPOINTING was that their last boat was at 18:00 or 6:00 pm So we could not take advantage of it at night. The Heineken Experience was enjoyable.